Idea #17: Learning and Revisiting Bible History

What do you think of first when you see the terms “Bible history?” Do you think about the human history that is recorded in the Bible? Or the history of how we got the Bible itself? Both can be valid perspectives, and to sort things out, I did find... Read More

Idea #16: Sharing the Christmas Story from the Bible

Christmas time is near. And for people from a Christian tradition that anticipates the coming celebration of Christ’s birth, the Advent season countdown started weeks ago. While there’s a lot of Christmas shopping frenzy, there’s also greater interest in Christmas from people all over the world. ... Read More

Which Bible version is used at Disneyland’s Candlelight?

Candlelight at Disneyland, officially known as the Disneyland Candlelight Ceremony and Processional, is an annual holiday tradition that dates back to 1958. 

What started out as a small group of carolers and the reading of the Christmas story about the birth of Jesus Christ has expanded over... Read More

Idea #14: Learning from Free Bible Courses Online

Reading the Bible is both the starting point and the regular habit of allowing the life-changing message of God’s Word to do its work of transformation. Studying the Bible in an orderly, systematic manner will increase your understanding through a course or a class. In history past, Bible... Read More

Museum of the Bible Opens Construction and Conversations

As construction begins for the Museum of the Bible in Washington DC, there’s been a recent flurry of mainstream media coverage about this significant project, propagating from the 2 syndicated news articles from Reuters and Religion News Service:

Museum of the Bible aims for timeless name, imagery (by... Read More